Dried Fruit

Sultanas: organic prices still to peak

September 26, 2023 at 4:43 PM , Der AUDITOR
Play report as audio

MANISA. Tariş only recently lifted the pruchasing bids for dried figs. Now the producers' organisation has done the same for seedless raisins. This has impacted export prices.

Tariş lifts purchasing bids

As bad yields are making life really difficult for sultana producers in Turkey Tariş has now stepped in to provide a little bit of support. Producers are now able to sell type 7 sultanas to the organisation for TRY 50/kg instead of TRY 45/kg, type 9 for TRY 55-58/kg and type 10 for TRY 58-62/kg. Producers would, however, prefer to see prices of at least TRY 70/kg. While Tariş has turned its attention on the producers, it remains to be seen what effect these new offers will have on export demand. Final results will emerge in Januar

View related articles

Go to the News Overview
Dried Fruit
Jun 11, 2024
MANISA. Rain intermixed with hail may have caused quite a bit of damage in parts of Manisa last weekend and the situation is still being assessed. Price levels could range high for sultanas at the start of the new season.
Dried Fruit
Jun 11, 2024
AYDIN. Growers in Aydin are concerned about the emergence of the black fig fly and are taking appropriate measures. Trading activity remains low.
Dried Fruit
Jun 11, 2024
MALATYA. Next week, dried apricot trade in Turkey will largely come to a standstill due to the Eid al-Adha festival. After that, the majority of farmers are expected to start harvesting; conditions remain very favourable.
Nuts
Jun 10, 2024
BRUSSELS/MANILA. Freight rate speculations are still a hot topic for desiccated coconuts. Yet, this price bubble may burst. Demand is not quite up to scratch in Europe.